CRM

Legacy Planning ACV (“After Coronavirus)

To quote the great Mark Ritson (and when I say “great”, I mean my absolute favourite columnist who doesn’t hesitate to say it exactly as it is) “we should not shy away from talking about customers and business in the age of coronavirus.” That’s the theme of this post –

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CRM

YES you can use an opt-out instead of an opt-in!

Those of you who know me, will also know that I’ve been on a bit of a crusade to dispel the many GDPR myths that are out there (you should email your database to ask them to opt-in, you have to ask for a third party opt-in to send your

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CRM

How to measure the success within email marketing

In any business, or indeed area of business, it is always important to strive to improve. Email marketing is no different; but how do you begin to measure the success of your email campaigns and what key metrics should you look at? Whilst this may depend on the purpose of

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CRM

Four Challenges and Four Opportunities for CRM in Sports

Excerpt from Winning with Data – CRM and Analytics for the Business of Sports. The sports marketing industry has been around for many years. While the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics holds claim to being the first US event to generate broadcasting fees, the to-the-death arena fights of ancient Rome could

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CRM

Delivering Sponsor Value

More Value for Sponsors = More Sales/Higher Fees Add real value to your sponsorship rights with a simple change to the way you include their brand in your email campaigns. Those of you who know me, will be aware I “cut my teeth” in the sports industry selling sponsorship. This

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CRM

Can you recover your lost email opt-ins?

Seven months on and I continue to hear of #sportsbiz rights owners who were unfortunately advised to send an “opt in” email as a result of the GDPR. These advisors (who were also working in the non-sports industry as the multiple “opt in” emails I received demonstrate) have clearly missed

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